Rutland is a county in the East Midlands of England, notable for being England's smallest county. The villages around Rutland Water. Rutland is England's smallest ancient county, having been reinstated to Unitary Authority status on 1 April 1997.
Popular destinations: Oakham
and Rutland Water
Oakham is a town in Rutland, United Kingdom From the north traffic usually comes along the A606 via Melton Mowbray.
Uppingham is in Rutland. Uppingham is perhaps best known for its public school, which was founded in 1584.
The Rutland Water area in the county of Rutland, as well as the lake itself, consists of a number of small villages.
Popular Destinations in East Midlands